My answer too late, but maybe useful for other users i think..
You should open Show Time feature in debug mode, if you want to see peforming time of your each code line for KEIL- uVision.
You can find this feature in Debug > Execution Profiling > Show Time
CodeComposer would be the best choice for simulation.
CodeSourcery does not have simulation, but works fairly well. We have used CodeSourcery for the past year but are considering moving to CodeComposer
~Andrew Lynch , Rice University - Mulit-Robot Systems Lab
lyncasCodeComposer would be the best choice for simulation
On what basis?
You may well be correct, but it's unhelpful to just make a statement like that without backing it up.
lyncasCodeSourcery does not have simulation
The paid version does:
CodeSourcery Sourcery CodeBench also includes an instruction set simulator
my fault, my observation on Simulation tools is not based on significant facts because the facts are difficult to find, just personal use.
My personal opinion of,
CodeSourcery (academic version) vs. CodeComposer (academic version)
Both great tools for programming Stellaris
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